Tag: Neoliberalism

‘herd-immunity’-is-a-failed-response-to-coronavirus
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Jun
2020

‘Herd Immunity’ Is a Failed Response to Coronavirus‘Herd Immunity’ Is a Failed Response to Coronavirus

Eric Zuesse Denmark and Sweden are often compared regarding their handling of coronavirus-19 because the two Scandinavian countries are similar to one-another in many ways but took very different approaches to dealing with the coronavirus challenge. Whereas Sweden took a libertarian approach (meaning minimal regulations) and aimed to develop a ‘herd immunity’ to the disease, […]

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pandemic-exposes-liberalism’s-free-market,-open-borders-road-to-national-suicide
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Apr
2020

Pandemic Exposes Liberalism’s Free Market, Open Borders Road to National SuicidePandemic Exposes Liberalism’s Free Market, Open Borders Road to National Suicide

Authored by Martin Sieff via The Strategic Culture Foundation: Open Borders and Free Trade induce national suicide slowly and gradually, without the victims waking up to what is going on until it is too late. But the coronavirus has brought home with global clarity that human societies need governments and regulated borders for their own […]

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what-happens-after-the-pandemic
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Apr
2020

What Happens After the PandemicWhat Happens After the Pandemic

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THE PANDEMIC – published in Serbian daily “Politika” on 25.3.2020. Authored by Nebojša Katić… Paradoxical though it might sound, to the Western political and economic establishments, COVID-19 is a gift. The pandemic will invariably have devastating economic consequences, but a financial crisis was inevitable and imminent even before it emerged. The start […]

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brazilian-government-wants-to-destroy-the-culture-of-native-peoples
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Feb
2020

Brazilian government wants to destroy the culture of native peoplesBrazilian government wants to destroy the culture of native peoples

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Lucas Leiroz, research fellow in International Law at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro… Recently, Brazilian government appointed Ricardo Lopes Dias to the position of coordinator of isolated peoples at the National Indian Foundation (Fundação Nacional do Índio – FUNAI). The act was made possible by a small but […]

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“exporting-democracy”-to-bolivia
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Oct
2019

“Exporting Democracy” to Bolivia“Exporting Democracy” to Bolivia

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Padraig McGrath, political analyst… On October 23rd, Bolivian president Evo Morales gave a press-conference in which he stated that a right-wing coup d’etat was underway in the country. With victory practically assured in the first round of the presidential election, the returning incumbent claimed that widespread right-wing extremist violence was […]

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